Celebrate Halloween with Thinsulate insulated holiday wraps
Kandy Korn was invented by George Renniger, who worked for Wunderlee Candy Company located in Philadelphia. However, it was the Goelitz Confectionary Company who boosted the candy corn business in 1898 by manufacturing and selling to a larger market. Years later the company changed their name to Jelly Belly.
When it was first produced, the candy was called Chicken Feed and but was renamed Kandy Korn in the 1950s to make it sound more edible. It wasn’t connected to Halloween until after World War II.
So the next time you’re at a party or coffee shop and someone mentions your Kandy Korn Kup Kollar, you can impress them with a few candy facts!
Pick out a ghostly book to read, take along a Jack o’ lanterns Kup Kollar wrap for a festive ambiance, and enjoy haunting stories while your brew stays hotter, longer. You might want to visit your favorite brew shop during the day!